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Storia Del Commercio Dei Banchieri Di Firenze in Tutto Il Mondo Conosciuto Dal 1200 Al 1345, Compilata Su Documenti in Gran Parte Inediti. Appendice

By: Peruzzi, Simone Luigi
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The Department of Commerce. Panama-Pacific International Exposition Ed., 1915

By: United States. Department of Commerce

... EXPOSITION EDITION 1915 A-SOl ORGANIZATION OF DEPARTMENT, IMS Secretary of Commerce Hon. William Cox Redmeld, of New York Assistant Secretary of Com... ...5 Organization 13 Duties assigned to Office of the Secretary 16 Secretary of Commerce 16 Assistant Secretary 17 Solicitor 17/ Chief Clerk:and Superint... ...54 Bureau of Standards 59 Steamboat-Inspection Service 67 THE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE. ORIGIN AND ORGANIZATION OF THE DEPARTMENT. OMGIN. The preamble ... ...Department, established by act of September 2, 1789. Until the Department of Commerce (and Labor) wasorganized, in 1903, the Treasury Department was t... ...its chief officer in the constitutional convention was that of "Secretary of Commerce and Finance."' The record of eventsfrom the close of the Revolut... ...tional convention at Philadelphia in 1787 shows thatthe desire to foster the commerce and trade of the Stateswas the paramount and controlling argumen... ...es from the States of Virginia and Maryland, assembled to adjust and promote commerce and trade between those two States. The commissioners from Virgi... ...adelphia. The sole subject of this meeting at the home of Washington was the commerce and trade between the two States; but in reality these men were ... ... permanentharmony. ' ' ' The immediate result of the conference on trade and commerce held atMotmtVernon was thatin thefollowingyear, 1786, commis- si...

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Department of Commerce. Hearing before the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce of the House of Representatives, On Senate Bill 569 and House Bills 14, 95, And 2026, To Establish a Department of Commerce, And Labor, Industries, And Manufactures

By: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org OF COMMERCE Title: DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE Author: Language: English Sub... ...... ...TE BILL 569 AND HOUSE BILLS 14, 95, AND 2026, TO ESTABLISH A DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND LABOR, INDUSTRIES, AND , MANUFACTURES. WASHINGTON: GOVERNMENT ... ...Microsoft® NOTES OFAHEARINGBEFORE THE COMMITTEE ON INTERSTATE AND FOREIGN COMMERCE, HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, MARCH 37, 1902, TO APRIL 5, 1902, INCLU... ...HE SUBJECT OF A NEW GOVERNMENTAL DEPARTMENT TO BE CALLED THE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND LABOR OR THE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY. department o... ...MMERCE AND LABOR OR THE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY. department of commerce and labor. Committee on Inteetsate and Foreign Commerce, House of ... ...ect of a new governmental depart- ment, sometimes called the Department of Commerce and Labor or the Department of Commerce and Industry. Without obje... .... 14, introduced by Mr. Brownlow, entitled "To establish the Department of Commerce, Labor, and Manufactures;" H. R. 95, introduced by Mr. Schirm, ent... ... R. 95, introduced by Mr. Schirm, entitled "To establish the Department of Commerce and Industries," and H. R. 2026, introduced by Mr. Roberts, entitl...

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The Law Relating to the Interstate Commerce Commission, The Sherman Anti-Trust Act and the Bureau of Corporations

By: Nelson, John Horatio, 1866-1931

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION Title: THE LAW RELATING TO THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE... ...... ...EFACE It will conduce to a clearer understanding of "The Act to Regu- late Commerce" to give a brief outline of its general scope, with the object of ... ...rew out of the use of railroads as the principal modern instrumentality of commerce. While shippers of merchandise are under no legal necessity to use... ...s plenary power over the subject iii iv PREFACE of foreign and interstate commerce, should deal with the evils complained of by a general enactment. ... ...l with the evils complained of by a general enactment. The Act to regulate commerce was the first effort of the general government to regulate the gre... ...the United States, in respect to the power committed to it over interstate commerce, the same functions which a state can exercise in respect to purel... ...he same functions which a state can exercise in respect to purely internal commerce over which the states have exclusive control. What one sovereign m... ...ic, to adjust and apportion their rates so as to meet the ne- cessities of commerce, and generally to manage their important in- terests upon the same...

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Ex-Gov. Lowe's Letter to the Virginia Legislature; Address of George N. Sanders to the Democracy of the Northwest; Gov. Letcher's Message to the Virginia Legislature; Message of Jefferson Davis to the Congress of the Confederate States

By: Lowe, E. Louis (Enoch Louis), 1820-1892

...ores, would have made you the richest and most independent nation known to commerce ; and to-day the balance sheet of the money changers of the world ... ...from those great Southern staples, which have given life to so much of the commerce of mankind, into other channels, so as to make them rivalproducers...

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La Repubblica Di Venezia E la Persia

By: Berchet, Guglielmo, 1833-1913
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The Westward Movement of Capital, And the Facilities Which St. Louis and Missouri Offer for Its Investment

By: Waterhouse, Sylvester, 1830-1902

...quest. The prod- bf the imperial city. Rome MERC THE WESTWARD MIGRATION OF COMMERCE AND MANUFACTURES, AND THE ADVANTAGES WHICH INVITE THEM TO A PERM... ...s of human greatness. The naval supremacy of Rome opened every harbor to its commerce. Trade followed conquest. The prod- ucts of every hind supplied ... ...f the days of Caesar has developed into * vast metropo- lis whose world-wide commerce dwarfs that of imperial Rome into comparative Insignificance. Bu... ... in facilities for exchange will determine what city shall be the capital of commerce. In this competition, New York will soon win an easy victory. Th... ...coast there are many cities which the profits of local industry and oriental commerce 5 - are making great and opul.-nt. Invention has invented the c... ...all its members in an alliance of common interests, serve alike the needs of commerce, travel, and defense. Machines of marvelous ingenuity facilitate... ...atural advantages a steadily increasing share of their rightful supremacy in commerce and manufactures. The central situation of St. Louis and its sup...

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The Use of Mail to Send Bombs : Hearing before the Subcommittee on Postal Operations and Services of the Committee on Post Office and Civil Service, House of Representatives, One Hundred Third Congress, Second Session, March 22, 1993

By: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Post Office and Civil Service. Subcommittee on Postal Operations and Services
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The Union Sketch-Book: A Reliable Guide, Exhibiting the History and Business Resources of the Leading Mercantile and Manufacturing Firms of New York. Interspersed with Many Important, Valuable, And Interesting Facts Relating to the Various Branches of Trade, Manufacture and the Mechanic Arts. To Which Is Added, A Directory to the Principal Objects of Interest in New York, And Other Items of Interest, For the Use of Visiting Merchants

By: Gobright; Dawes

...s which comprise the spider's web all tend to the nucleus in its middle. The commerce, the learning, the scientific knowledge concentrated here nay, t... ...ich has at the present moment rendered this trade, considered as a branch of commerce, one of the most important of any now existing in the country. I... ..., as being, taken in moderation, a useful and decidedly necessary article of commerce. Our limits do not allow an extended argument on the con- stitut... ...ommands an import- ant position in this work. Agriculture, manufactures, and commerce share equally in the benefits of circulation and cur- rency, fro... ...AIN PHOTOGRAPH COMPANY, 781 Broadway, New York. Peppermint, as an article of commerce, is largely grown in Lake county, Ohio. This year over $4000 hav...

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The Triumph of Nationalization

By: Money, Leo George Chiozza, Sir 1870-1944

...s to the science by which we might have wealth. The internecine warfare of commerce wastes the labour of the great discoverers men who, for the most p... .... The gift of science was power to overcome poverty. How has the spirit of commerce treated the gift? It has ever regarded the machinery of science as... ...ining example of efficiency when compared with the wasteful intricacies of commerce in general. L'n fortunately economics has never sufficiently studi... ...ailable. (d) 1 assume that the Admiralty has had to divert fast ships from commerce in order to hunt submarines. (4) It appears that, in spite of the ... ...most important that can come before this Committee. (7) As things are, our commerce and our shipping are largely conducted as though the growing shipp... ... enemy. The British public never realized what it suffered at the hands of commerce in these matters. Take the case of tea as An Unorganized Nation F... ... it goes to the root of the matter. The accepted principle of industry and commerce is that private enterprise, left to itself, will give the nation a... ... had probably received about ^4. How well this illustrates the relation of commerce to science. Early in 1915 we did not possess an optical glass indu... ...e-control occurred the public had to pay heavily for the restored right of commerce to buy in the cheapest market and to sell in the dearest. Palm ker...

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The Trade Relations of the British Empire

By: Root, John William

...TUDIES IN BRITISH NATIONAL FINANCE' ETC. ETC. SECOND EDITION LIVERPOOL J. W. ROOT, COMMERCE CHAMBERS, LORD STREET 1904 All Rights Reserved PREFACE R... ...ferential Tariff Trade History of the Dominion with the United States Politics and Commerce Extent of Reduction in Duties Development of Canadian Trad... ...ts in Miscellaneous Imports The True Canadian Policy 18-48 CHAPTER III THE FOREIGN COMMERCE OF AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND The Drift of Australasian Tra... ...her their rulers would cast in their lot with the French or German armies. Neither commerce nor manufacturing industry were taken much account of anyw... ...ferential Tariff Trade History of the Dominion with the United States Politics and Commerce Extent of Reduction in Duties Development of Canadian Trad... ...ear, that is, of Canada as a federal unit, and for which statistics of its foreign commerce as such are in exist- THE CANADIAN PREFERENTIAL TARIFF 23... ...is made to Canada, are taken from the Annual Report of the Department of Trade and Commerce of the Dominion of Canada for the fiscal rear ended 30th J... ...icular trade connections, it will be advisable to follow the expansion of Canadian commerce as a whole. Like the portion with the United States, it ha... ...es exercises internally, as distinct from internationally, any direct influence on commerce and industry. Each side claims that these flourish best un...

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Trade of the Delaware District before the Revolution

By: Hanna, Mary Alice, 1886

...merican Commercial Legislation before 1789. (1910). Andrews, C. M., Colonial Commerce The American Historical Re- view, October, 1914. Morriss, M. S.,... ... the eastern merchants, who were accustomed to an undisputed monopoly of the commerce of Pennsylvania and surrounding colonies, when they first realiz... ...trade were discovered. In order to understand fully the vast net work of the commerce of 88 C. O., 5:1266, R. 7. "Ibid., R. 42. 66 Ibid., S. 15. TRAD... ...oms "is very small and inconsiderable having in no degree increased with the commerce of those countries, and is not yet sufficient to defray a 276 S... ...ade with the West Indies and the minute regulations made for inter- colonial commerce. The traders of the Delaware district had al- ways been vitally ... ...a Memoirs. Vol. XIV.) Phila- delphia, 1895. IV. Macpherson, David, Annals of Commerce, Manufactures, Fisheries, and Navigation, with brief notices of ... ...h them. 3 Vols. London, 1805. V. Pitkins, Timothy, A Statistical View of the Commerce of the United States of America. New York, 1817. VI. Smyth, A. H... ...University Press.) Baltimore, 1898. C. Articles. I. Andrews, C. M., Colonial Commerce. (The American His- torical Review, Vol. XX, pp. 43-63.) New Yor...

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Substance of the Speech of the Right Honourable Charles James Fox, On Monday, December 1, 1783, Upon a Motion for the Commitment of the Bill for Vesting the Affairs of the East-India Company in the Hands of Certain Commissioners, For the Benefit of the Proprietors, And of the Public.

By: Fox, Charles James, 1749-1806

... the learned gentle- man's unfufpefting, unfullied nature, as well as in a commerce with only the beft and purot jninifters ministers of this country... ...The learned gentleman prides himfclf that his bill did not meddle with the commerce of the Company -, and another gentleman, after acknow- ledging the... ...aving the government in the hands of the Company, propofes to fcparate the commerce entirely from the dominion, and leave the former fafe and untouche... ...en they reflect that their government was carried on for the fake of their commerce^ I '7 .1 commerce, that both have been blended together for {uch ... ...n pro- " per meafures to give all foreign nations, in " matters of foreign commerce, an entire and " perfect confidence in the probity, punctuality, '... ...fleadinefs, which can " alone preferve that part of My dominions, or " the commerce which arifes from it." The learned gentleman, who knows more of th... ...its authors) that this bill will produce to this country every blefling of commerce and revenue; and that by extending a generous and humane governmen...

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A Statistical View of the Commerce of the United States of America : Its Connection with Agriculture and Manufactures, And an Account of the Public Debt, Revenues, And Expenditures of the United States : With a Brief Review of the Colonies, Previous to Their Independence

By: Pitkin, Timothy, 1766-1847

...ATIONSr 1899. ADVERTISEMEIST. A SECOND Edition of a Statistical View of the Commerce of the United States is presented to the public. The Statements ... ..., giving an account ofsome of the commercial regulations, affecting American commerce which have,eitherbeen renewed or adopt- ed, by foreign nations, ... ...nnage and vessels built in the Colonies about the \ear 1770. - 1 CHAPTER 11. Commerce interrupted, during the American revolutionary war — Old Congres... ...d, during the American revolutionary war — Old Congress no power to regulate commerce, or to levy duties on imports—Amount ofthe public debt in 1783—R... ...commercial convention with Great-Britain in 1815, and their operation on the commerce .'ind navigation of the United States—Some of the late commercia... ...ard to the interest and prosperity of the Colonies themselves. The trade and commerce of the Colonies was generally confined to the parent country. Th... ...ted articles they consume. Lord Sheffield, in his " Observations on American commerce," says, " the only use and advantage of American Colonies, or We... ...tuted at London, in 1753, " for the encouragement of arts, manufactures, and commerce," oflered liberal premiums for the production and culture of cer... ...e £500,000. The tables of Lord Sheffield, in his " Ob3er\'ations on American Commerce," taken undoubtedly from the custom-house books, shew the value ...

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The Great Exhibition : New Brunswick Society for the Encouragement of Agriculture, Home Manufactures and Commerce throughout the Province

By: New Brunswick Society for the Encouragement of Agriculture, Home Manufactures, and Commerce throughout the Province

...SWICK SOCIETY, r i)it encouragement of Agriculture, Home Manufactures and\ Commerce Ahroughout the Province. TbaiAnnual Meeting of this Society, at th...

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Evaluation of Methods to Minimize Contamination Hazards to Wildlife Using Agricultural Evaporation Ponds in the San Joaquin Valley, California : Final Report

By: California. Department of Water Resources; Bradford, David F
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Constitution and By-Laws of the Lumber Section of the Board of Trade of the City of Toronto

By: Board of Trade of the City of Toronto. Lumber Section
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